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thought you understood about this book is wrong. if you think about washington in 1835, 25 years before the civil war, you know, what would you think? you think that slavery was well entrenched. the black people were miserable. the lights were kind of cruel and indifferent. that is actually not true at all. in washington, come on washington had about 30,000 people then as a city. at 12,000 of them were black. the majority of them in 1830 were free. they were not slaves out of the 12,000 black people, slightly more than half were free. some were prosperous and others were getting there fast. there was a man named lynch wormley who aren't owned a big livery stable two blocks from the white house. and he was part of this city taxi trade. he was a free black man from madagascar. there were two brothers, thomas and -- thomas and isaac kerry. they owned barbershops. on pennsylvania avenue printmaking from reebok family. one of the free black families that own slaves themselves. they would sell anti-slavery publications on the side. the hero of the book, beverly snow, ran the city's finest res
recounts the first race riot in washington, d.c. and the two subsequent criminal trials tried by d.c. district attorney, francis scott key. in key defended slavery in his prosecution and sought capital punishment only to be thwarted by the alleged victim, anna thornton, whose late husband, william thornton, designed the u.s. capitol. this is just over 50 minutes. [applause] >> thank you, ethan, for that nice introduction. and thanks to magers and quinn for hosting this event. um, i suggested this to ethan back in the winter, and they were never anything less than enthusiastic about having me. this was always my destination when i came to a minneapolis bookstore, and i'm very glad i landed here. um, i want to tell you a little bit about the book, i'm going to read a little bit about the book. it's nice to be here and see so many old familiar faces, you know? have a feeling of what a special place marshall u was, and i think there's a few people here who will at least remember the place, if not agree with me. so it's always nice to be back with old friends. i'll really date myself he
understood is completely wrong. washington in 1835, 25 years before the civil war, you know, you'd think well, slavery was well entrenched, you know, the black people were miserable, the whites were kind of cruel and indifferent. and that is actually not true at all. in washington, washington had the majority of the black people were free, they were not slaves. out of the 12,000 black people, slightly more than half were free. some are prosperous and others were getting there fast. there was a man named lynch wormley. and he was a free black man from madagascar. there were a couple of other people. thomas cary and isaac cary. the cary brothers would sell anti-slavery publications on the site. and the hero of the book, beverly snow, ran the city's finest restaurant called epicurean meetinghouse. i kind of think of him as a barack obama, slightly ahead of its time. very clever and intelligent, a mixed-race man who comes out of nowhere in order to conquer and charm washington. to serve the washington we would they want, only to face a tremendous backlash. if you read the book, you will see some
-span2. up next, jefferson morley recounts the first race right in washington d.c. which took place in august of 1835. the two subsequent criminal trials by d.c.'s district attorney, francis scott key. he authored the star spangled banner and defended slavery in his prosecution and it sought capital punishment only to be thwarted by the alleged victim whose late husband designed to the u.s. capitol. this is just over 50 minutes. [applause] >> they key event but. and they give for hosting this event. i suggest that this, back in the winter. there was never anything less than enthusiastic. this was not always my destination when i came from the minneapolis bookstore, and i'm glad i landed here. some want to tell you a little about the book. i'm going to read a little about the book. many old familiar faces. you know, whenever i come back from minneapolis i have this feeling of what a special place. at think there are probably a few people here who will at least remember the place, if not agree with me. and so it is always nice to be back with old friends. i've really take myself. i ev
um98qvamno >>> campaign, mitt romney pounces on president obama's statement that washington can't be transformed from the inside. >> i can change washington, i will change washington. we'll get the job done from the inside. >> iphone frenzy. long lines form as apple starts selling the next generation of its blockbuster smartphone. >>> national pride. the washington nationals clinch a playoff spot bringing post-season baseball to the nation's capital for the first time in nearly 80 years. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 21, 2012. good morning everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm anne-marie green. the first in person vote for campaign 2012 will be cast today. two states begin early voting. early voting accounted for a record 30% of all votes cast in the 2008 election. meanwhile both presidential candidates will be looking for votes in key battleground states today. program is in virginia, mitt romney is in nevada. he has a new battle cry. he's accusing the president of surrendering his ability to change washington. >> reporter: mitt romney jumped all over thi
al hospital a varios estudiantes en una escuela en washington dc.. .. todo ocurrio luego de consumir una fruta que les fue obsequiada... lilian mas con la historia. tres estudiantes hospitaliza dos y otros cuatro bajo observaciÓn fue el resultado despuÉs que una maestra de de la escuela secundaria ballou en el sur este del distrito de columbia le diera a 25 de sus alumnos manzanas que habÍa cosechado en su huerta. " uno de los estudiantes tuvo una fuerte reacciÓn ale Érgica a las manzanas oto de ellos tuvo la misma reacciÓn pero fue mas leve .. y un tercer estudiante tenia fuertes dolores de estomago todos ellos fueron ingresados en el united medical center." desplazaron equipo medico y profesionales para analizar la causa de las reacciones colectaron evidencia y hablaron con la maestra que les repartiÓ la fruta " nuestro equipo le hicieron las pruebas correspondientes a las manzanas y todos los resultados fueron normales . lo que podemos concluir es que los estudiantes o son ale Érgicos a las manzanas o a los pesticidas utilizados para cosecharlas." el resto de los estudian
, benedict arnold's second wife, played in the conspiracy to harm george washington's forces. this program is just under an hour. ms. . [applause] >> with thank you for coming. i'm mark jacob, stephen case is to my left. and we started studying a couple years ago, steven many years ago discovered peggy's story, just an underappreciated story in american history. in fact, she was probably the most dangerous teenage girl in american history. [laughter] and, you know, half the age of her husband, hutch more famous -- much more fame, and it's just, it's a story that nobody really knew. in fact, it just kind of -- it was poorly understood at the time even, and by the time anyone understood what the story was, nobody seemed to care anymore. peggy was mrs. benedict arnold, and she liked it that way. she didn't want to be anything else. she would much rather be the victimized wife of a traitor than be considered what the real truth is, which is a co-conspirator to try to bring down the american revolution. and who had fooled the founding fathers and got off scot-free. which is exactly what she did
7 breaking news. breaking news. tonight it is good news. the washington nationals have their first playoff. this is the moment that so many .eople have been waiting for .he shot at the world series tim brant is here with how they comes next. we are all excited. it is the first time a washington baseball team has the playoffs since 1933. historic? you bet. the buzz is starting. nats are the favorites to win the pennant. this club is aggressive. they dare you to challenge them. been fun to watch. one of the hardest teams in baseball to beat. trying to score from first. double trouble. the nats beat the dodgers, 4-1, for the playoffs. the fans celebrated. the team was very measured. was just one goal on the way to the pennant. time in 79 years, up for the fall classic. playoff baseball in washington. the fans were filed up, looking ahead to be an exciting fall here in town. >> that is almost impossible to believe. believe it. [laughter] >> it is about time. we are excited. f win of the nats playof not unexpected at this point. is the latest milestone what has been and a season that ha
disciplinarias con la maestra en washington dc lilian mass univision. ya que hablamos de estudiantes , los alumnos de las escuelas publicas de virginia continuan con una puntuacion por encima de la media nacional en los examenes de admision universitario sat, informo hoy el departameno de educacion del estado... las clases de las escuelas publicas del 2012, obtuvieron 17 puntos por encima del promedio nacional en lectura y 5 puntos en matematicas... el puntaje promedio en matematicas fue de 510, tres puntos mas que el ano anterior. en baltimore se realizo la conferencia mas grande a nivel nacional de inmigracion... se reunieron lideres y defensores comunitarios... y escuche bien porque la gran pregunta fue, como integrar al inmigrante efectivamente, hubieron proyectos interesante s, veamos nat!!! protestas si se puede!! ! (inmigrantes protestando) por anos inmigrantes indocumentados vienen gritando por sus derechos en las calles!!! natttt protesta de ice!!! (organizaciones protestando) organizaciones comunitarias constatemente suelen exigir legislaciones pro inmigrantes ... nat ahora, mu
>>> campaign, mitt romney pounces on president obama's statement that washington can't be transformed from the inside. >> i can change washington, i will change washington. we'll get the job done from the inside. >> iphone frenzy. long lines form as apple starts selling the next generation of its blockbuster smartphone. >>> national pride. the washington nationals clinch a playoff spot bringing post-season baseball to the nation's capital for the first time in nearly 80 years. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 21, 2012. good morning everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm anne-marie green. the first in person vote for campaign 2012 will be cast today. two states begin early voting. early voting accounted for a record 30% of all votes cast in the 2008 election. meanwhile both presidential candidates will be looking for votes in key battleground states today. program is in virginia, mitt romney is in nevada. he has a new battle cry. he's accusing the president of surrendering his ability to change washington. >> reporter: mitt romney jumped all over thi
convention. we're here to tell you all you need to know tonight on "washington week." >> the next president of the united states of america, mitt romney. gwen: it's official. the republicans have a ticket. >> now is the moment when we can stand up and say, i'm an american. i make my destiny. we deserve better. my children deserve better. my family deserves better. my country deserves better. >> mitt romney and i know the difference between protecting a program and raiding it. ladies and gentlemen, our nation needs this debate. we want this debate. we will win this debate. [applause] gwen: after a hurricane-shadowed week of soft biography -- >> this man will not fail. this man will not let us down. this man will lift up america. gwen: and tough talk. >> they believe the american people need to be coddled by the government. they believe the american people are content to live the lie with them. they're wrong. gwen: the g.o.p. turns its eye towards the white house and democrats prepare to descend on charlotte. the president hones his counterattack. >> in just over two months, you will make a c
>> business news from the capital region. this is "washington business report" with abc7 national correspondent rebecca cooper. >>>> hap labor day weekend and thanks for joinining us for a look at business and finance in t region to it rebecca cooper is on assnment. republicans in tampa spent the week generating in the season for r putting mitt romney in the white house. federal reserve chairman ben bernan prop importance during a speech in wyoming. we will look at those topicics during our roundtable segment. first, comings and g goings at reagan national l airport. the vivirgin americaca flit is now serving san francisco. it would be easy enough to overlook if washington were just anotherr city anreagan national just another airport, bubut they are e not. they are making the west coast trip thanks to a speci waiver exempting the flight from a special seset of rules. there are only about 20 of those daily exceptions tohe 1200- mile rule.e. i spoke with the virgin america president and ceo aboardhe first bridge a and american airlines to land at washington rarankin. -- reagan. it
. at this time why don't we go to our 3 pm order related to washington. >> the clerk: 22 and 23 comprise the board of supervisors sitting as a committee of the whole for persons interested in repealing file, an ordinance regarding the zoning map amendment for the eight washington street project. item 23 is the referendum reconsideration of the zoning map amendment for eight washington street project. >> president chiu: colleagues, as you know, we have a hearing today on the zoning map and then related to the washington street project. before we begin the public comment, i first want to welcome our new deputy city attorney, john given ner and give him opportunity to explain the procedural nature of this hearing and the specific vote that we will be asked to take at the end of the this hearing. mr. givner. >> thank you. john givner, his deputy city attorney. as the agenda suggests the board will be considering whether to repeal the ordinance that you adopted in june. a yes vote, when this question is called, will be a vote to repeal. a no vote is a vote not to repeal the ordinance, and to
washington from the outside. you can only change it from the outside. >> romney: the president threw in the white flag of surrender again. he said he can't change washington from the inside. >> cenk: you know what, controversy. i'm going to be debating this with this michael shure character, and weighing in on voter i.d. laws. >> more than 2,100,000,000 americans don't have driver's license. >> what about my social security card i've been using it for years. >> no photo, no vote-o. >> cenk: there is a debate whether you should vote at all. fascinating. plus you'll love the elbow of the day. it is, in fact, go time! [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> obama: you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. >> romney: he can only change it from the outside. we'll give him that chance in november is. >> obama: i'm willing to work with the republicans and examine all their ideas. >> obama: my thinking maybe you haven't gotten around a lot. >> mitt romney releasing his tax returns. >> 2011 tax returns. >> we won't disclose any more. we'll become a bigger target
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>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> it was not elegantly stated. i was speaking off the cuff. i'm sure i could of stated it more clearly. >> the romney campaign on the defense this morning as the nominee tries to explain controversial comments he made at a fund-raiser. the remarks were caught by hidden camera. good morning. it's tuesday, september 18. i am steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown today in for cynne simpson. let's go straight to jacqui jeras in the weather center. >> some rainfall. there's a threat of a damaging wind this afternoon and isolated tornadoes. in the meantime, you can see we have rain fall mainly along interstate 81 and to the west. nothing in the district at this time. before midnight we could pick up a 10th of an inch of rain. it will be heavy at times today. we could have urban flooding expected. 73 by 9:00, scattered thunderstorms and 76 by noon. 79 degrees with storms possible by late in the day. >> a new headache for romney's campaign. he is defending comments he made during a fund-raiser in which he said nearly half
the revolution there. before joining the foreign service, he was an international trade lawyer in washington. he was 52 years old. >> shortly after the news of the attack in libya broke, mitt romney accused the a administration of apologizing for american values. he was talking about a statement issued in cairo. at a campaign rally in jacksonville fla. mitt romney doubled down on his comments. >> this is setting a terrible course for america to stand in apology for our values an apology for american values is never the right course. >> in an interview with "60 minutes," obama says mitt romney has a tendency to shoot first and ask later. >> our team coverage of the attacks continue as. with the large muslim population in the washington area we are getting a lot of reaction to the events overseas. >> d.c. bureau chief sam ford is live where there will be a vigil held later tonight. >> we are at lafayette square in front of the white house where the flag is now flying at half staff, and where this evening, libyan americans will be gathering to hold a vigil. across the d.c. area, muslims are giving
>> business news from the capital region. this is "washington business report" abc7 national correspondent rebecca cooper. >> thanks for joining us for a look at business and fance and the washington regegion where taxes anand who pays themem dominated a week of headlines. we are a also seeing early sign that conongress and t obama administration are beginning to fos, at least behind c closed doors, and s something beyondhe november elections -- the budget cut heduled for next --- for next year. first, a focus on fairfax county and a ok at our reonal economy from the perspective of virginia business leaders. fairfax county that the distinction of being the biggest countyoth in virginiaia and the washington area when it comes to population. plusus, as t good fortune to b one the nation's most prospeperous counts. in fact, it was fairfax county which wa the first in the nation to reach a six-figure median household income and now has thsecond-highest mian income in th nation, second only to next door neighbor loudoun county. to discuss how fairfax as daring in its economy and
to foreign affairs. good morning washington at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. we made it to friday, september 7. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get started with adam caskey. >> 5:01. we do have patchy fog developing especially west and northwest of washington. anywhere that arraigned yesterday, you have a high likelihood of fog this morning. 65 in woodbrige along with waldorf. 70 in fairfax. silver spring, 68. 72 and reagan national. berdi uniform temperatures. 90 this afternoon. it's a coin to be warm and muggy. that will be short-lived. we have a big change is coming the pike this weekend. i will talk about that in the next couple minutes. now to angela. >> happy friday. 270 still looks very nice, especially southbound. 95 and the b-w parkway out of laurel both moving well. moving at posted speeds. virginia motorists are having a pretty easy time. we have lifted all the overnight work zones on 95 making your way up to springfield. you should not have any delays. 395 is wide ope
washington" 5:00 a.m. starts right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. good morning, washington. it is tuesday, september 25. . am brad bell i am cynne simpson. we want to get to meteorologist jeras. >> it is colder right now banned time yesterday, by couple degrees. a lot of forties on the map. this is the last board tuesday that we will have this week. cold front is approaching that will stall out very near us. that means showers will be in the forecast. it will be lasting into the weekend. get out and enjoy today. 54 at reagan national, 48 at dulles, 43 in culpeper. near 70 degrees by noon, partly warm with 74 degrees by your drive home. it will not be raining all week long, just on and off. angela, how is traffic >> ? moving nicely. an excellent start for your tuesday morning. right now. at 270 noaa bound and southbound through germantown, you should not find any trouble? . as well as 50. fro we are clear between annapolis also oncapital beltway, the b-w parkway. clear and open in virginia between the beltway and the 14th street bridge. looking pret
domestic debate, tonight on "washington week" -- unrest abroad shifts the political agenda at home. with embassies under siege, four americans killed, and fresh anger on display throughout the muslim world. >> we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act. and make no mistake, justice will be done. gwen: the man -- the men running for president face a leadership test. >> it's a, a -- a terrible course to, for america to stand in apology for our values. >> as we watch the world today, sometimes it seems that we're at the mercy of events instead of shaping events. >> you know, governor romney has a tendency to shoot first and aim later. as -- as president, one of the things i've learned is you can't do that. gwen: refocusing on america's role in the world. will it change the direction of the campaign or of u.s. foreign policy? covering the story, major garrett of "national journal," doyle mcmanus of "the los angeles times," laura meckler of "the wall street journal," and david sanger of the new york "times." >> award-winning reporting and anal
and power influencing washington make sure the economy and the government work to produce prosperity and what do we have today? we have polarized politics instead of working bipartisanship. we have gaping inequality in our economy. enormous wealth concentrated. citibank itself said at one point that the concentration of wealth in america looks like 16th century spain. that is a banana republic kind of thing. the middle class stock in the mud. people know that. it is interesting watching the campaign. there is a veneer in the campaign. people since there is something profoundly m.s. in america. the dialogue and the campaign -- they know that we're/power and ideology. >> where the missing that? >> -- why are they missing that? >> too risky and no one wants to take the risk. no one wants to the media dances around it. we're not getting the hard truth. if you start talking politics to someone on the bus or the train or the plane, you risk getting a certain volcanic reaction. people are angry at congress for gridlock. they're angry at the banks for causing the collapse and taking a bailou
on the banks of the mighty mississippi where we'll tell you all you need to know tonight on "washington week"." >> we cannot afford four more years of barack obama. and we aren't going to have four more years of barack obama. >> we tried what they are selling. we tried it for a decade. it didn't work then and won't work now. gwen: countdown to election day. and on the airwaves, the big debate looms, 40 days to go as the candidates drill down on the economy. >> you think if we spend another $5 trillion on tax cuts for the wealthiest americans, all our problems are going to go away? >> his plan is the spluss, how did the first one go. how much of it did you get? it was cash for clunkers. did you get help from that? gwen: and duke it on foreign policy. >> i'm pretty certain there will be bumps in the road because in a lot of these places, the one organizing brell has been islam. >> he said the developments in the middle east are bumps in the road. [laughter] >> yeah, that was my reaction. bumps in the road? these are not bumps in the road. these are human lives. gwen: the candidates, the polls,
atmosferic as cobijan el area metropolita na de washington, centro de maryland y el norte de virginia, con fuertes aguaceros por el cual el servicio nacional de meteorologia ha emitido un aviso de severas tormentas electricas e inundaciones subitas... cuando se desarrollan tormentas electricas severas que incluye relampagos, fuertes aguaceros, rafagas de viento e incluso la posibilidad de tornados aislados... ese aviso esta vigente hasta la medianoche... gracias fanny...y las oportunidades de empleo en el area de construccion aumentan en la capital del pais... esto segun recientes datos revelados en una convencion aqui en washington.. lilian la capital de la naciÓn se ha convertido en el paraÍso para aquellos que trabajan en el campo de la construcciÓn esto segÚn la asociaciÓn nacional de hispanos para la construccion. " el Área de washington dc tiene la cantidad de empleos mas grande de los estados unidos se debe a que tenemos los contratos mas grandes en esta Área washington dc esta vestida de 50 grÚas que eso significa 50 trabajos muy grandes por lo tanto tenemos gran c
is"inside washington" brought t to you in part by -- for more information, visit afge.org. captiod by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.o-- ♪ >> [indiscernible] >> not a lot of people out there think they are victims of. romney week, the mitt campaign in damage control. >> i am concerned that. >> with a counter attack. >> president obama sd he believes in redistribution. >> also the fallout from t the-american violence in middle east. prior their intelligence to this attack? if not, why not? >> advice fromike russell. >>>> i said relax. just be one of yourselves. >> mitt romney has become the constanttions man of sorrow. ever since "mother jones" published a video in which he appearars to write off halfhe country last may well talking to donorin florida. scott brown and republican george allen. >> you said nearly half th asntry see themselves victims? >> no. i love very positively -- >> you disagree with governor romney? >> i have my own point of view. >> my guess would be george alwisheded he did not have to answer questions like that. >> i think he dinot answer que
-- 'tis tasty. okay, george washington, did you take my truck out last night? 'tis tasty. the search for whoever is behind the murder of a teenager as he walked to school in capitol heights. >> hundreds of montgomery county police cars taken off the streets, the reason behind the move. >> a woman found a man living in her attic. " atd morning washington 5:00 a.m. begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> doug story will send a chill spine. >> that is really stuck in my head. we will have that story in a little while. good morning, washington. it's wednesday, september 12. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. glad to be with you. get a look at our forecast. d morning. beautiful start again today. we will see some changes over .he next couple days high-pressure is slowly going to east.off to the look at what's happening in the plane's. air will be shifting way. 80's will be back in the forecast. here's your expense forecast. 60 degrees at 8:00 a.m., sunny and 74 at noon, 82 degrees around the drive time. another picture perfect day.
you coming 5:00 a.m. this is "good morning washington." n your side. it is a guessing game every weekend. >> how can you travel through city? washington. to you, friday, september 14. e waking up with us. m cynne simpson. steve chenevey. start things off with jackie. another great day but approachingld front t bringing changes our forecast. how the cloudsee pushing in across parts of west. in d.c. . in dulles in gaithersburg. cloudy by this afternoon. at noon and 81 at 5:00. might see some sprinkles in tonight and cooler emperatures for the weekend. about what you again ect when i see you minutes.10 l take a look at traffic with angela. > thank you. good morning. e have made it to friday morning. for the d out the door day of the workweek, still for the most cely art. the belt way in county you'll see and outer loop traffic moving well. here at k live avenue. ut meantime, traveling in up to the 14th bridge, first your h.o.v. reopened after maintenance. is moving well from the all the way up to 395. activity in more northbound direction but no l wide open with delays for the mor
'tis tasty. okay, george washington, did you take my truck out last night? 'tis tasty. embassy under.s. attack this morning. diplomatsn to protect overseas >> . special bid bonn planned for an american hero. bye.cial good >>>> live and in hd, this is "gd morning washington," on your side. good morning, washington. s thursday, september 13. glad you are starting your day with us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. glad to get to meteorologist .acqui jeras tot t s meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> we are looking at fifties the moste board for part. n dulles. 63 degrees at reagan national airport. our express forecast, looking for sunny skies, 66 degrees at 9:00, sunny and nuys, 74 degrees by noon. you have to have lunch outside. 82 degrees at 5:00. seven-day forecast in a while. first, angela has a look at traffic. good morning. easy drive for most folks. around the beltway, traveling in between greenbelt and park, it was down to one lane. the crew has just gotten out of the way. open in both directions on the inner loop and .uter loop in virginia, northbound 95 open betwe
dangle and 300 feet in the year four hours. "good morning washington." starts right now. is ave and in hd, this washington," on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- thursday,n this september 20. i am kendis gibson. steve and cynne are off today. --'s start with jacqui jeras it is fall out there. >> do not worry, it will be in the 80's by tomorrow. our had land today is that we have a chilly start. we are looking at 40's and if you 50's on the map. temperatures will rise as we into the weekend, but we do have a chance of storms on saturday. make your plans with that in mind. temperatures across the region -- $48, 46 in manassas, 50 in fredericksburg. 55 at reagan national. almost nothing but sunshine today. 60 at 9:00. 73 at noon. 76 at 5:00. jamie has traffic. i love this weather. traffic action is not so bad. we had the douglass bridge last hour. now it starts in good shape. it had been open to that a ship go through. taken care of. we're good to go on 395 if you are heading in. a one or ride on the 14th street bridge. no problems here. i
washington 90-minute debate online.l be streamed half of the profits go to charity. >> a lot of people will be watching. >> it is 60 degrees outside. >> still ahead, a mixup for metro. the transit agency canceled promotion on its . we w >> let's take a look at the forecast. >> jacqui jeras. a couple spotty showers, relied n maryland, nothing to worry about. you see severe storms, but ine's the clearing line pennsylvania into west virginia. is heading our way. watch for improvements. we have clouds in the morning. temperatures are little warmer. that provides a nice blanket. 63n d.c., 60 at dulles. 50's off to our west. we will be 10 degrees colder. sunny today, high around 67-72 degrees to. another picture perfect day. means traffic is moving better. jamie. >> absolutely. no major obstacles. you might encounter some tree out ofr branches coming the neighborhoods. looks quiet on 27 leading0 frederick. up this between urbana and hyattstown. good ride into the rock hill 270.change on 355 southbound and through and pushing south nicholson way, quiet. virginia, an accident about to clear. f
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